- n. Plural form of bergamot.
“Calabria is lush, filled with palms, bergamots and hibiscus trees, and its coastline has some of the longest sandy beaches in the Mediterranean.”
“At the better bars on the Bay, you're as likely to get candied peels of bergamots or rangpur limes as a plain old lemon skin.”
“Displaying a super-expressive nose of quince, bergamots, and flowers, the medium to full–bodied 1997 Coteaux du Layon Clos de Ste.”
“Loads of toasty minerals, sun-dried gravel, pears, and bergamots can be found in its precise flavor profile.”
“The mind-boggling TBA #9 exhibits mouth-watering aromas of bergamots a pear-shaped citrus fruit that is the primary flavoring in Earl Grey tea, raspberries, cherries, currants, and botrytis.”
“This velvety bombshell is crammed with bergamots, acacia blossoms, honeyed white peaches, and clay, whose flavors last throughout its mind-boggling finish.”
“Indeed, the plain presents nothing but gardens, full of green trees, loaded with oranges, lemons, citrons, and bergamots, which make a delightful appearance.”
“Exactly in the same manner may be obtained and preserved, at the proper seasons, from the fresh roots, the essences of the rinds of bitter or sweet oranges, lemons or limes, bergamots, etc., some of which are often unattainable in a fresh state at any price.”
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“Now he shakes the tree with a mighty swing that brings down a pelting shower of stony bergamots, which the father gathers rapidly up, whilst the mother can hardly assist for her motherly fear -- a fear which only spurs the spirited boy to bolder ventures.”
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